It’s rainy season here in South Florida. With the abundance of fresh water falling from the sky, it’s no wonder that your pools chemicals have become diluted. The increased fresh water promotes algae growth, leaving pools in Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, and West Palm Beach with a greenish hue that’s less than inviting. Any experienced pool technician in West Palm Beach would know how to protect your pool from this occurrence and leave you with a pristine backyard oasis. If your pool is currently under the regular care of a pool maintenance provider and is turning green, then you may consider changing that service.
How To Clean a Green Pool
If you are the type that likes to get your hands dirty and “Do-It-Yourself”, then we have gathered some information to help with that process. You may be familiar with the phrase “shock” your pool. This means increasing the chlorine level and maintaining that level until all the algae has been killed. At this point, it’s about reducing and maintaining an optimum pH balance that will promote a crystal clear pool safe for you and your family to enjoy in West Palm Beach.
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